They will almost certainly kick you out or request you put on shoes.
Not to mention, really uncomfortable for you, personally - floors are not always clean, there's dirt and stuff from shoes and there can be sticky messes and spills and you could get cut. Lots of people have cosplays with parts that fall off - someone loses a gem or a safety pin and it could end up in your foot !
Wearing the "strapless sandals" that glue to your feet or something else like that would be a good solution. Making feet like they did for the movies in an option, but requires a lot of work and is expensive - plus you still have to sculpt and add hobbit foot fuzz. I also agree that even something like rope sandals would work since it goes with the costume aesthetically and seems like if hobbits did have foot coverings, that might be one.
You could also make the feet out of fabric with shoe bottoms or as shoe covers - have the toes stick out past yours. Due to the larger foot proportions I think that could work and would be somewhat easier to do than making an actual prosthetic. Plus, the prosthetics do and did wear out - they went through a LOT of hobbit feet because they were not that durable.
Originally Posted by JediofTime
While many have talked about the safety hazards of going barefoot, I am also pretty sure that your feet are going to hurt like hell from all that walking around barefoot all day.
Depends on the person's anatomy and such. I wore just socks a lot inside while in high-school and didn't have any issues.